Interview with Clyde Woody about his appeal to grant Lima and Perez a new trial. Woody details his plan to take his case to members of the United States Supreme Court should Brown's ruling not go in his favor. (The attorney had previously asked Justice Hugo Black to issue a stay of execution for the condemned couple. Both Black and fellow Justice William J. Brennan denied the request.) Woody did not need to make a second trip to Washington. Judge Brown eventually sent the case to the full US Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. In a 2-1 vote, the court ruled that the prosecution had suppressed evidence favorable to Lima and Perez, and ordered new trials for both. Following their second trials, Lima was sentenced to five years in prison, and Perez was declared insane and sent to a state mental hospital in San Antonio. Perez escaped, spending six months on the run before being discovered working as a clown for a traveling carnival. She was tried again for Tones' murder and sentenced to 15 years, serving five.